Herbert Hovenkamp The Progressives: Racism and Public Law 59 Arizona Law Review 947 (2017) This article explores the ramifications of the intersections of gender, race, and class ideologies for the enforcement of the Chinese Exclusion Laws in the years immediately following their passage. Drawing from government documents and archival data, I argue that the notions of gender, race, and class that permeated the legislative debate... 2006
Travis Silva Toward a Constitutionalized Theory of Immigration Detention 31 Yale Law and Policy Review 227 (Fall 2012) This Symposium considers the relationship between immigration law and religious values as relevant. As a Roman Catholic ethicist, whose religious values are influenced by the indigenous traditions of the south, the question of how questions of borders and migration are treated in society has a poignant historical significance. As a lawyer, I... 2006
  AFFIRMATIVE DUTIES IN IMMIGRATION DETENTION 134 Harvard Law Review 2486 (May, 2021) Although contributing substantially to the economic growth of the United States, undocumented workers presently receive little return on their investment, as current immigration laws deprive them of the social benefits received by all other workers, namely social security benefits. In this note, Laura Fernandez Feitl examines the criteria which... 2005
Raquel Aldana , Sylvia R. Lazos Vargas Aliens in Our midst Post-9/11: Legislating Outsiderness Within the Borders 38 U.C. Davis Law Review 1683 (June, 2005) As an avid reader of Kevin R. Johnson's previous legal writings about race and immigration, I was extremely pleased to find his most recent book, The Huddled Masses Myth: Immigration and Civil Rights (Huddled Masses) resting on the shelf in the law books section of the San Diego Border's bookstore. Johnson, a prolific writer, is a member of the... 2005
Sarah L. Hamilton-Jiang Children of a Lesser God: Reconceptualizing Race in Immigration Law 15 Northwestern Journal of Law & Social Policy 38 (Fall, 2019) Defining America Through Immigration Policy (Mapping Racisms Series). By Bill Ong Hing. Temple University Press, 2003. Pp. 336. The Huddled Masses Myth: Immigration and Civil Rights. By Kevin R. Johnson. Temple University Press, 2003. Pp. 264. Alienated: Immigrant Rights, the Constitution, and Equality in America. By Victor C. Romero. New York... 2005
César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández Creating Crimmigration 2013 Brigham Young University Law Review 1457 (2013) Following the events of September 11, 2001, the Department of Justice's (DOJ) first and overriding priority was to prevent, detect, disrupt, and dismantle terrorism, while preserving constitutional liberties. In accordance with this goal and based on the President's homeland defense initiatives, the DOJ issued immigration regulations to register... 2005
D. Carolina Núñez DARK MATTER IN THE LAW 62 Boston College Law Review 1555 (May, 2021) For over one hundred years, the Statue of Liberty has served as one of the United States's primary representative symbols, embodying the welcoming spirit of equal opportunity on which the country was founded. The United States is, undeniably, an eclectic nation of immigrants. Nevertheless, despite the common immigrant background virtually all... 2005
Anders Newbury Illegal Immigration Arrests: a Vermont Perspective on State Law and Immigration Detainers Supported by Intergovernmental Agreements 44 Vermont Law Review 645 (Spring, 2020) If I see someone come in and he's got a diaper on his head and a fan belt around that diaper on his head, that guy needs to be pulled over and checked. U.S. Congressional Representative John Cooksey of Louisiana, Radio Announcement after September 11, 2001 In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks perpetuated by nineteen foreign... 2005
Jonathan Hafetz Immigration and National Security Law: Converging Approaches to State Power, Individual Rights, and Judicial Review 46 Revista Juridica Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico 787 (Agosto-Mayo, 2011-2012) Immigration law over the past decade has been characterized by a sharp reduction in discretion and judicial oversight. Whereas earlier laws allowed for discretionary judgments in the case of individual non-citizens, current law calls for categorical elimination of discretion based on group determinations of blameworthiness. The individual story of... 2005
Jennifer Gordon Immigration as Commerce: a New Look at the Federal Immigration Power and the Constitution 93 Indiana Law Journal 653 (Summer, 2018) In 1921, as restrictive immigration policy in the United States quickened, the federal district court in Washington State considered the plea of N. Nakatsuka to lease land for agricultural development in the face of the state's newly implemented Anti-Alien Land Law. Writing for the court, Judge Cushman noted that, as an alien resident, Nakatsuka... 2005
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